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ACS - Certificate of Health Conformity
The Certificate of Sanitary Conformity (ACS) is a French certification system, which aims to certify
the ability of a product to be in contact with water intended for human consumption on the supply network or spring water to be packaged in a bottle or tank, the water for making beverages in the food industry as well as water used for packaging of fruits or vegetables in the food industry.

The product receives the reference laboratory as example : 10 ACC LY 434



NF - AFNOR (CSTB)
This French standard and recognized in Europe is to establish the dimensional, mechanical, hydraulic and acoustic requirements applicable to the products - Test the technology to control these characteristics. It applies to jet regulators to be mounted on valves, showers and shower hoses fitted fixtures installed in toilets, bathrooms and kitchens.

NF - EN 246 for the aerators tap
NF - EN 1112 for hand shower and wall shower
NF - EN 1113 for shower hose


The standardized product NF CSTB receives a reference as example: 328-M1-13/2


NSF/ANSI 61
NSF International
(National Sanitation Foundation) is a public health standard coming from the United States, independent. It organizes and develops standards, certification of products, analysis, audits, education in environmental services and risk management for public health and the environment. This standard can be compared to the french ACS.

There is a list of identification for products complying NSF Logo on the data sheet or packaging made of information office on the labeling of the product or not.

The product does not receive a specific reference, only the list serves as evidence with the name and / or Manufacturer.



EPA - WATERSENSE

WaterSense is a program US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to encourage water savings in the United States through the use of a special label on products such as jet regulators, showers or toilets systems has been launched in June 2006. It considers the comfort of water-saving products.

There is a list of identification for products complying WATERSENSE the logo on the data sheet or packaging made of information office on the labeling of the product or not.

The product does not receive a specific reference, only the list serves as evidence with the name and / or Manufacturer.


WATER LABEL

The Water Label is a European Voluntary labeling system initiated by manufacturers faucets, accessories, taps and valves. It is used to improve water use and performance of taps, valves and shower heads.




WATERWISE

Waterwise was founded in 2005 and has become the main reference on good water management in the UK and Europe. It is an independent, nonprofit organization that receives funding projects of the water industry in the UK, sponsorship and research. It assesses the quality of projects and water saving products in terms.

The mission of this organization is the development of processes to use water wisely, every day and everywhere.


WRAS
WRAS
(Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) is a health mark of conformity which shows that the product meets the high standards set on the water regulation enacted in 1999 in the UK.

Materials in contact with drinking water the UK must meet the requirements of BS 6920 for the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme. The testing regime required for obtaining approval WRAS requires elastomer products are also tested to ensure that they do not promote the spread of bacteria.

The product does not receive a specific reference, only the list serves as evidence with the name and / or Manufacturer.